After the Honda riders' dismal efforts at Saschenring last night, it's about time Honda bit the bullet and sacked most of their riders and hired some who have some guts and determination and who can take it up to Rossi. Fisrt to go should be "Glass Jaw" Gibernau. Top class riders don't give races away like he did last night and smile about it afterwards at the Press Conference. Biaggi is past it Despite all his protestations, he is still riding the MotoGp bike like a 250 and he has shown no potential to beat Rossi. Rossi psyched him out a couple of years ago and he has never recovered. Barros's occassional victories do not make up for his inconsistencies and lack of ability to beat Rossi fair and square. Sadly, I have to say that Troy Bayliss is also in the same boat. Not only can he not beat Rossi, he can't even beat his own teammate. Tamada has crashed himself out of contention. Now that he knows how much it hurts, he will not be as fast and as dynamic as he was when he first burst on the scene at Sugo during the World Supers some years ago. Melandri is riding the Honda like he used to ride the Yamaha and it simply doesn't work. I've always been a Melandri fan, but he's on borrowed time. Unless he stops crashing and starts putting in some sensational rides, he will have to go too. Evidence of this is the problem that Edwards is having at the moment. he's doing the opposite; he's riding the Yamaha like it was Honda and it's not working either. Hayden can stay at the moment. He has shown real pace and is starting to show some real promise. So, where to from here? Pedrosa is signed. Who else? Vermeulen, obviously. His 2nd place at Suzuka last night has only increased the already great likelihood that he will be in MotoGp next year. Any suggestions, Netriders?